Pull up a stool and have a drink, The Bar is a great place to socialise. Chat about sport, news, current affairs and anything else. If you are new to the forum its a good place to start.
#5420
Hello everyone.

I am a Lancashire supporter who has managed to include both my sporting interests into my name. (The other is rugby, I am not a secret Sussex Sharks fan).

Was a member for a number of years until I got married and my two sons were born and didn't leave me a lot of time for cricket.  The second one ( 12 years old) has now become a Lancashire fan so I can come along again now with him. He is a junior member but we still can't get there often enough to make membership into a sensible financial option for me.

I have had perhaps the dubious pleasure of having been at the ground for England's lowest totals against the West Indies, home (71 at Old Trafford 1976, my first day at OT) and away (46 at Port-of-Spain 1994, my only England away test)
#5585
Morning all

I'm a Lancashire (One Day) member, from Belfast originally but now living in Stockport and been following Lancs since I moved to the North West permanently in 2010.

I was feeling pretty chipper about this (one day) season until this weekend  :( In the process of compiling a season diary on Lancashire Lightning, talking about my perception of the games on and off the field, you can have a look at it here, all feedback welcome, good and bad!

http://lankylankylightning.wordpress.com/

Cheers
#5722
Hi

New member alert...

Joel, from York. Yorkshire fan, Local league cricketer and attempting to learn the podshaving art.

Like to hear about younger players who are coming through and potential future stars.

Joel
#5768
Hi I'm Graham from Leicester.

Originally a Lancashire supporter but converted to Leicestershire  in 1990 after moving here in the late 1980's.-It's allowed (not like football!). Member of Leicestershire County Cricket Club Members' Forum. We are all suffering at the moment-not much light on the horizon at the moment but we must keep on keeping on!
By Tim
#5774
Hi All - I never turn down an invitation to a bar on a Friday evening. I'm Tim (as you've probably guessed) from Newport. I love sport especially cricket, football & rugby. I've been a Glamorgan cricket member for 30-odd years.

I have been running the Glamorgan cricket forum ( http://www.glamorganccc.proboards.com/ ) for the past 3 seasons and have now decided to join up with Alex & the guys on here. I'm hoping that many of my fellow Glamorgan CCC  forumites will be joining me on here. I know I'm biased but they're a smashing bunch of people so please give them a warm welcome!

Cheers,
Tim
#5776
[quote="Tim"]
........ I'm hoping that many of my fellow Glamorgan CCC  forumites will be joining me on here. I know I'm biased but they're a smashing bunch of people so please give them a warm welcome!

Cheers,
Tim
[/quote]

I might be biased but I would second that Tim :)  even if that football club you support is a bit quirky!
By Tim
#5777
[quote="glamexile (Byron)"]
[quote="Tim"]
........ I'm hoping that many of my fellow Glamorgan CCC  forumites will be joining me on here. I know I'm biased but they're a smashing bunch of people so please give them a warm welcome!

Cheers,
Tim
[/quote]

I might be biased but I would second that Tim :)  even if that football club you support is a bit quirky!
[/quote]

Quirky is one way of describing us, others might say we've been ****!!! (sorry not going to risk a ban, especially on my first day!  :D)
#5798
Hi I am Ray and I support Glamorgan from afar!

Started following Glamorgan after listening to Radio Wales on Sunday afternoon in the 1980's living in Berkshire there no local county cricket coverage and as Radio Wales were on medium wave I was able to pick up the signal. Shame on Middlesex, Surrey, and Hampshire you could have had my following but you failed!!!!!

Try to see them a few times when they play in the Home Counties.

Love our national side but again a lot of people forget to include the Wales as the governing body is the EWCB! So in the words of Glamorgan's Robert Croft we call them the Lions!

Not very keen on Surrey so no love lost there. Whenever I go to a one day match their supporters go to mess around rather than watch cricket.

Lords, Southampton, and Canterbury are good places to watch cricket.

The Welsh grounds are good as well.
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